Four talented artists are dedicated to introducing us to the
French-language music of today, forging a spirit of conviviality.
Let them have the couch for the night!
Saint-Pierre (British Columbia) is a singer-songwriter-composer
who has burst out on the Franco-British Columbian scene by
winning honours at Pacifique en Chanson and Chant’Ouest
competitions in 2006. Music with a touch of jazz, driven by the
new wave of French songwriting.
Raphaël Freynet (Alberta) seduces listeners with his folk-influenced songs, transporting them into
his imagination, then bringing them back down to earth with toe-tapping funk-rock.
Daniel Roa (Manitoba) offers songs marked by a personal and social flavour, and backed by
nuanced, rhythmic guitar playing. A Manitoban legend not to be missed!
Anique Granger (Saskatchewan) is a self-taught and fiercely independent artist. She leads
listeners into a sensuous, uplifting universe, rich in contrasts, where the soulful guitar playing
admirably underlines the intensity of her melodies and the importance of her words.
Thursday, November 8 at 8 pm
3 West 8th Avenue | Vancouver